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What Can Qualify as Workplace Discrimination in North Carolina?

June 7, 2024

People go to work with the expectation of getting their job done, being paid for it, and being treated respectfully. However, not everyone’s experience meets…

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Factors That Often Delay Commercial Closings

May 24, 2024

You found the right commercial property in the Triangle from which to operate your business. Negotiations have taken place and you’re looking forward to moving…

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Anderson Jones Welcomes New Summer Law Clerk, Carolyn Bencini

May 15, 2024

We are excited to announce that Carolyn Bencini has joined Anderson Jones as a Law Clerk for the summer. Carolyn comes to us with a…

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Common Legal Claims Filed Against Commercial Building Contractors in North Carolina

May 7, 2024

As a builder, you enter into agreements with customers to undertake construction projects on their property. However, despite your best efforts, changes in expectations, communication…

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How Residential and Commercial Closings Differ

April 30, 2024

Many people have experienced residential property closings in North Carolina and might have a basic grasp of the residential real estate closing process. However, fewer…

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Todd Jones Named to 2024 NCLW Construction Law Power List

April 25, 2024

Todd Jones, Founding Partner at Anderson Jones, PLLC, has been named to the 2024 North Carolina Lawyers Weekly Construction Law Power List. This recognition celebrates…

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What Information Should You Include in Your Employee Handbook?

April 11, 2024

When your business has grown to the point of hiring multiple employees or if you are planning to take on investors or are in the…

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Court Ices Hotly Contested Labor Rule

April 8, 2024

Anyone who uses contract labor or services can breathe a little easier…for now.  In Chamber of Commerce of the United States v. National Labor Relations Board,…

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Getting Paid for Unpaid Construction Work: Understanding When To Pursue a Mechanic’s Lien and Other Options You May Have

March 25, 2024

You’re a contractor who renovated a bathroom, given a home’s exterior a facelift, or perhaps you’ve constructed an addition that adds square footage to a…

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Navigating Change: Proposed Rule Impacting Federal Contractors’ Hiring Practices

February 27, 2024

We’ve got our eyes on a recent proposed rule that could impact those bidding on federal contracts. While we’re still digging into the details, it…

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